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The article presents the findings of an empirical study that identified motivational priorities among a sample of respondents over a five year period of time. The hypothesis was based on current neuroscience research in the area of brain development. Additional theories in the areas of emotional labor, needs-based motivation, humanism and transpersonal psychology are discussed. The study provided evidence to support a developmental model of work life development. The author concludes with suggestions for practicing managers based on the findings of the study. Introduction Human motivation concepts are certainly important for ...
Communication is the interchange of meanings and experiences between the parties with a view to mutually influence. It is not merely a verbal process occurring between any sender of the messages and any potential recipient. Popular literature often overemphasizes verbal aspects of communication such as the fluency of speech, organization of message to be transmitted, physical display of material, audio-visual aids etc .These verbal aspects of communication are important and should be given their due. photo credit: Peter Hellberg The success of organizational communication depends upon many ... Read More
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